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Welcome to 880 Lake Shore Dr! This 26-floor, 254-ft (82 m) tall tower was designed by the architect "Ludwig Mies van der Rohe," and dubbed the "Glass House" apartments. The towers of 860 and 880 were added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 28, 1980, and were designated as Chicago Landmarks on June 10, 1996. Unit 14F has been completely gut renovated by the wildly talented, local designer, who was recently featured in Architectural Digest. Everything is new in this one bed, one bath home. As you walk into the unit, you're greeted by a large formal foyer and the warmth of oak hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows, providing substantial natural light. This unit is the only "F" tier in the building with a custom walk-in closet, completed by California Closets. The open concept kitchen features Blomberg appliances, limestone counters, Island from Scout, and Commune cabinet hardware. In addition to the luxurious bathroom with walk-in shower, this property offers on-site gym, parking, doorman, and walking distance to the best that Chicago has to offer!
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